Bills players reportedly 'want to put them hands' on Rob Gronkowski

Sergio Conner
December 7, 2017

That star New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, who lost the appeal of his one-game suspension, which means he is out for this Monday night's game against the Miami Dolphins in South Florida.

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger argued Wednesday that if Gronkowski's actions were worthy of a one-game suspension, the National Football League should have went easier on Smith-Schuster.

He told ESPN's Ryen Russillo White texted him, "The whole hood want 'em".

White landed in the concussion protocol as a result of the hit, but he may not join Gronkowski as a spectator in Week 14. "The whole hood want Gronk, for sure", Clark said on ESPN Radio. "That's the exact text". The Bills cornerback was already a defenseless player.

The entire play surrounding the Gronkowski hit was a mess in Sunday.

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"I'd say on anything that is outside of our control, such as injuries that could go down to pregame workouts and so forth, things that are out of control are out of our control", Belichick said. And for Gronk to take it to that level, I don't know.

"We had three guys standing there", Kelly said. "When you see a shot like that - if I'm the coach, yeah, you want to play smart, you don't want to play dirty, you don't want to get that penalty and all that. But boy, when you see something like that and it happens right in front of you, me as a quarterback, I might have ran over and gave him a good shot".

Bill Belichick immediately expressed contrition to Bills head coach Sean McDermott.

"I know what I saw", McDermott said. "I'm also proud, to a point, of the poise that we showed". "We'll address the things that we can address". Clark, who played football at LSU with White, also said the Bills should have "jumped" the tight end as an act of solidarity.

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